Written October 08, 2015
We went to see this yesterday and thoroughly enjoyed it with our 4 year old grandson. He likes "spooky" things so the monsters yelling didn't startle him but this might not work for children who have a fear of that type of thing. The 3D added to the experience as the characters seemed to be right in front of us. This movie does not have a lot of "special effects" that you would normally see in a 3D film but it was worth seeing especially if your little one was too young for the first release. I think it's best for kids age 4 and up as long as they can handle "scary" looking characters that yell and they have an understanding that the monsters aren't real.
Written May 23, 2015
I don't believe I saw it when it first came out--and certainly my daughter didn't see it then. It was the first DVD she ever got...back when she was 2 or 3 years old. It was great to catch it on the big screen--and the 3-D experience only enhanced the show. If you can get to a theater before it's gone, make it happen!!!
Written February 26, 2015
I've seen many times, but took my 6 yr old to see for the first time and she loved it. I've really enjoyed re-watching older movies in the new 3D option!!!
Written July 04, 2015
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Written December 22, 2012
I saw the movie originally and I loved it. Now that I have seen it on 3D, I love it even more. The effects are awesome, it really feels like its going to pop out of the screen. I specially love Sully, it looks even more realistic as I can see how his fur has change. Anyone who love the original version will love this one even more.